Kirstie Alley Sells Los Feliz Villa for $7.8 Million

By Kirsten Chuba

The actress purchased the six-bedroom property in 2000 for almost $3 million.

Kirstie Alley has parted with her Los Feliz estate after more than two decades.

The actress sold her six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home in an off-market sale for $7.8 million, represented by Juan Longfellow and Louise Leach of real estate firm DPP Real Estate. The 6,958-square-foot house was constructed in 1931 by architect Armand Monaco, who built the Italianate villa-style home for restaurateur and hotelier Victor Hugo Aleidis, whose Victor Hugo restaurant in downtown Los Angeles was a popular destination during the 1920s and ’30s.

The property sits on nearly an acre of land and features a swimming pool, a pool house, grottos and a turtle pond, and Alley kept ring-tailed lemurs as pets in a shaded cage on the front lawn. Other touches include broad terraces, Corinthian columns, a circular entrance gallery and an antique carved marble fireplace, ending with a long gated driveway.

To read the full article visit their website here.

You Might Also Like...
Recent Posts

Modernist home by Frank Lloyd Wright’s grandson goes on sale in California

Eric Lloyd Wright’s greatest influence was clearly his father, yet this 1992 home north of Los Angeles exposes his own personal twist on the Prairie School. The Wystrach-Adams Residence is characterised by avant-garde curves, vaulted ceilings, slanted skylights and built-in wood furnishings that hug the walls. Tall banks of glass in every room push natural… Keep reading

Homes for Sale in Los Angeles

This week, we’re highlighting some of Los Angeles’s freshly listed properties and the unique neighborhoods they reside in. Whether you’re looking for an historic Hancock Park estate, a stylish Mid-Century tucked away in the Hollywood Hills, or a modern tree house in Los Feliz Oaks, there is something enchanting about each location. Not to mention… Keep reading

A Beautiful 1889 Victorian Farmhouse Located on Minoru Drive

Welcome to this historic 1889 Altadena treasure that was relocated to its current, sought after location one hundred years later in the 1980s. The four bedroom, three bathroom Victorian Farmhouse has been beautifully redone with exquisite finishes throughout. The house invites you in with a glass-paneled front door, a regal foyer and tall ceilings. The… Keep reading